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Phal Center Stage Cockleshell = Peloric

This is a discussion on Phal Center Stage Cockleshell = Peloric within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; There's a mini peloric phal in my local supermarket which has three lips instead of ...

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    There's a mini peloric phal in my local supermarket which has three lips instead of two petals and a lip - normally I am not a big fan of this tupe of pelorism, I usually prefer the ones like Diane's where the other two petals have lip tendencies which make them look interesting. But I seem to quite like this supermarket one, I think because it is small - will have to go and look at it again!

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    Kerry was it a very dark pink one? I saw one in a local supermarket too and pointed it out to Mr E the other day. They must have received new stock from the same major Dutch supplier

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    No this was a white and pink one, but they also had a load of dark pink too. If it's a supermarket associated with a department stores then they do get all the same stock. When I was waiting for my phal equestris to be reduced I saw them in 3 different branches in SW london.

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    very unique!

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